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Posted On Thursday, 16 June, 2022

CENTRE WELLINGTON –The Township owns and manages a large range of assets on behalf of our community. Council approved the 2022 Asset Management Plan, a strategic document prepared by Township staff that provides a planned approach for managing and investing in the Township’s owned assets (i.e., roads, bridges/culverts, storm, water, wastewater, facilities, vehicles, equipment, land improvements, etc.).  Recommendations provided in the report will assist in this...
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Posted On Thursday, 02 June, 2022

CENTRE WELLINGTON –In an effort to support our local, downtown establishments and alleviate parking constraints in our downtown cores, Township staff have been working closely with our local Business Improvement Area (BIAs) to welcome tourists back to Centre Wellington through several initiatives.
Complimentary Downtown Shuttle Bus Pilot Program
Every weekend this summer, a shuttle bus will be available on Saturdays and Sundays to transport visitors and residents...

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Posted On Tuesday, 31 May, 2022

Council Meeting Date:  May 24, 25 & 30, 2022
Strategic Decisions from Council
Highway Commercial Zoning Amendment - Township-wide The Township, with assistance from the Healthy Growth Committee, is working toward increasing the supply of attainable housing in accordance with the goals of the Strategic Plan, and the Province's and County's directives on housing. The policies aim to increase supply of all housing types primarily through intensification and...

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Posted On Monday, 16 May, 2022

CENTRE WELLINGTON – The Fergus Grand Theatre is buzzing with excitement as audiences return, eager to experience the collective thrill of live performances once again. This past Sunday the theatre unveiled the artists that will be part of its 2022-2023 presenting season, an eclectic mix of eight shows simply entitled “Better Together.”  
“We’ve all been through a lot in the past couple of years,” said Theatre Coordinator Eric Goudie....

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Posted On Friday, 13 May, 2022

CENTRE WELLINGTON - Pierpoint is recognized as the earliest known non-Indigenous settlement within Centre Wellington. It is associated with the early Black Canadian community and is a significant piece of the Township’s history and to the history of Black Canadians. While much is already known about Richard Pierpoint, who was designated a national historic person by Parks Canada in 2020, the Township is interested in further developing our understanding of the Pierpoint...
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